Are there books on Java Sound?
There are currently no books dedicated only to Java
Examples in a Nutshell, 3rd Edition has one chapter on
sound. This chapter contains 4 examples utilizing the Java
Sound API and 3 examples utilizing other ways of outputting
sound with Java.
Several books are available on related topics.
Digital Signal Processing (DSP):
Java Media Fraework (JMF):
Where can I find information on the Java Sound
Look at the Java
Sound API Home Page. (Matthias)
Where can I find information on the Java Media
Look at the JMF Home
Where can I find information on the Java
Look at the Java
Speech API Home Page. There is also a mailing list:
Where can I find information on other media APIs (Java
Telephony API, Java 3D)?
Look at Java Media
APIs. For telephony, look at the Java Telephony API
Home Page. (Matthias)
What mailing lists are relevent to Java Sound?
If you want to play nice, search the archive before posting a
question. To subscribe, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
containing the following line in the message body (NOT in the
subject line!): signon javasound-interest
What newsgroups are relevent to Java Sound?
There is no newsgroup devoted to Java Sound, but these
comp.sys.ibm.pc.soundcard.* where '*' is
your favorite soundcard maker
Where can I get more information on GSM 06.10?
Look at Jutta's page GSM 06.10
lossy speech compression. (Matthias)
Where can I get information on MIDI (e.g. the MIDI
The official source of MIDI specifications is the MIDI Manufacturer's Association
(MMA). Some specifications are also available
elsewhere. For instance, a nicely formatted MIDI 1.0
specification is An
Introduction to MIDI. (Matthias)